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and would not approve his application. holmes family will give a public statement following the court appearance. >> this morning we're hearing from the 13 year-old girl who was the babysitter of the youngest victim. she was sitting next to six rolled girl in the theater as the gunman opened fire >> i wanted to be a nightmare, a dream, i want this to be real. >> she went to a simple movie with five people and three of them got shot. it >> you can catch the full interview with a teenager at 7:00 a.m. on cbs this morning. >> last night thousands came together for a vigil in our aurora. colorado governor read the names of each of the victims and the crowd read the names back and applauded. >> i had a chance to visit with each family and most of the conversation was filled with memory. it was an opportunity for families to describe how wonderful their brother or their son or daughter was. >> president obama held nearly three hours of private meetings with the families and met with people who are trying to recover from injuries. you can find the very latest on our website at cbs s.f. dot c
to seek the death penalty. james holmes attended elementary school in castro valley and central california. he was known as ginnie. a former friend says he would always compete with other friends to be the best student but basically got along with everybody >> one of the shooting victims could need up to $2 million to cover medical care. money is being raised for a man who was shot in the eye. he has no health insurance and remains in an induced coma. his wife is about to give birth to their first child. >> we talked to him because we know he can hear us and we tell him he needs to get better because he needs to be a father. >> he is a strong guy and i'm not used to him like that. i don't ever want to see him like that again >> so far, friends of raised more than $50,000. you can find continuing coverage on our website. >> the colorado movie massacre has prompted jitters among other moviegoers. three men accused of making thread during or after watching the new batman movie have been arrested in separate incidents. a 52 year-old suspect is accused of making threats when the film started la
know who the suspect is, he has been identified as 24 year-old james holmes. witnesses say that he was dressed in all black with a gas mask and said nothing prior to the attack. we have cellphone video of moviegoers fleeing the theater after the shooting and you can see the panic and chaos. one person walked out covered in blood and to give you the basic run down, it happened at the century 16 movie theater in aurora, a suburb of colorado. the gunman fired his first first shots 30 minutes into the movie. he is a small device before he opened fire, we're still learning more about the ages of the victims, tragically usa today perreports the youngest victim was three months old. >> as i was sitting down to get my seat i notice that a person came up to the front row, to the front right and sat down, and as credits were going, someone got a phone call. so he went out to the emergency exit doorway which i thought was unusual to take a phone call and it seemed like he pried open or to not let it/all the way, and then the movie started some came in all black with a gas mask and armor and t
massacre. he joins us from the news room to explain what james holmes faces today. >> there will be a number of motions discussed. the notebook might not be part of the case against him. the 24 year-old accused of killing 12 and wounding 58 will likely be read more than 100 charges against him today. he looked drowsy and some say drug in his first court appearance. this time of cameras will be allowed. >> this will be a case where the focus will be on his mental state, his mental state during the process in terms of whether he is confident to even go through the process now and his mental state at the time that he committed these acts and not just at the time he committed the acts but the time leading up to the commission of the acts. >> we're learning new details about the theater in aurora. police say they normally hire off-duty police to work on weekends but there were no security officers on hand the night the gunman opened fire. the company that runs the theater is not commenting. we are learning this morning that a pregnant mother who was wounded and lost her
presents >> james holmes has been officially charged in the colorado theater shootings >> a ultimately the issue is not whether he will step down but when and that will happen >> my girlfriend is dead >> the chp is hoping that someone will come forward to shed light on the death of a young woman who was riding a party boss last week >> the people were on the bus know exactly what happened. >> this is not about the grade, it is about standing up for something that is wrong. the stories that matter on the eyewitness news this morning. >> today is the end of the day part of a crackdown on marijuana dispensaries across california. >> we're standing in front of hope net which is scheduled to close at the end of business today. there are signs in the windows that indicate they're moving, the company says there closing but the sign says they're moving. there has been a state wide crack down on medical marijuana club since last fall. the landlords of both hope net and the vapor room both received letters from a u.s. attorney that warned of property seizures and prison sentences if the clubs di
it was in your city. katie holmes, it was so hot ... listen to this ... katie holmes was so hot that she was fanning herself with her money. >> it is hot in the northeast. >> not here though. delta service of more than sandwiches. >> california gets help in the cleanup from the debris from the tsunami in japan. cate caugurian is here with a look at your world. >> good morning. also other parts of the country are looking for relief from that heat. a new report says half of the united states is seeing a record level drought conditions. the worst since 1956. the drought expanded in the west and the great plains but the worst was the midwest where experts a dry conditions could mean a massive crop loss if rain does not hit the region soon. today five states are looking forward to getting extra cash to help tsunami clean up. the money is part of a grant from the national oceanic and atmospheric administration. california, oregon, washington, hawaii, and alaska will each get $50,000. alaskan state leaders say the money will not be enough for the job. they could see the funding as early as this
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